Jackson Keith serves as an associate at the Sterling Corporation, working primarily in the Issues Management and Public Affairs divisions to serve many of the firm’s corporate, non-profit, coalition, and political clients.
With a strong background in politics, communications, and social media management, Jack helps to position Sterling’s clients for success by developing key messaging, research, targeting, and grassroots outreach strategies. Jack became a full-time employee with Sterling after first coming to the firm as an intern, during which time he became one of inaugural members of the Michigan Conservative Energy Forum’s Young Professionals Fellowship Program, producing a report projecting the economic impacts that Autonomous and Electric Vehicle’s will have in Michigan.
Jackson holds a bachelor’s degree in advertising and public relations, with a specialization in digital media, from Michigan State University. He is actively involved in the Capital Area community where he is currently a candidate for county commissioner, and volunteers for local non-profit organizations such as the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Boys and Girls Club, and the United Way.